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In a series of fourteen letters widely published in late 1767 and early 1768, John Dickinson counsels leaders on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean on the economic folly and unconstitutionality of new British revenue laws that ignore the rights of Englishmen living in the American Colonies.
Topics: Dickinson College, John Dickinson
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Coach Wilber J. Gobrecht's history of men's track and field at Dickinson College from 1899 to 1996.
Topics: Dickinson College, Track and Field, Red Devils, Wilbur J. Gobrecht
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Frederick Douglass recounts his personal experiences as a slave.
Topics: Frederick Douglass, Slavery, Dickinson College
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Having traveled several times to the sub-continent as a supervisor of Methodist missions abroad, Bishop John F. Hurst, a talented and diligent observer and student, provides a detailed view of India and Ceylon in the later nineteenth century.
Topics: John F. Hurst, Travel, India, Ceylon, Dickinson College
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James Buchanan outlines the development of the great crisis that culminated in the outbreak of the Civil War at the end of his presidency. He places the polarizing issue of slavery at the center of turmoil, commenting on decades of hardening views on both sides and a growing reluctance against compromise.
Topics: Dickinson College, James Buchanan, Civil War, Slavery
Reverend George B. Cheever argues against the statement of slavers which stated that their views on slavery in the Bible were correct, albeit out of context. He also explains the immorality of the Fugitive Slave Act which Congress passed in 1850.
Topics: George B. Cheever, Slavery, Fugitive Slave Act, Dickinson College
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by Harriet Beecher Stowe
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This book shows how true incidents were the catalyst in creating the fictional work of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Harriet Beecher Stowe illustrates the inspirations behind the characters of Mr. Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby, George Harris, Eliza, Miss Ophelia, Marie St. Clare, Legree, Topsy, etc. She uses actual letters, graphs, newspaper advertisements, newspaper articles, court cases and historical events as among the few of her primary and secondary resources.
Topics: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Slavery, Dickinson College
Senator Charles Sumner speaks against the expansion of slavery into the Western Territories of the United States.
Topics: Charles Sumner, Slavery, Senate, United States, Dickinson College
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by James Buchanan
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Compiled and edited by John Bassett Moore, this twelve-volume set of the collected letters and speeches of James Buchanan, spanning his entire political career, includes both personal and professional documents.
Topics: Dickinson College, James Buchanan
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by Richard Henry Pratt
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Richard Henry Pratt's address before the Ladies Missionary Societies Of The Calvary M.E. Church in Washington D.C. on April 6, 1915.
Topics: Richard Henry Pratt, Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Carlisle Indian School, Dickinson College
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by Ralph Wendell Schecter
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Songs of Dickinson, edited by Professor Ralph Wendell Schecter. This publication was sponsored by Upsilon Chapter, Omicron Delta Kappa.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Music, Ralph Wendell Schecter
Jesse Bowman Young provides a comprehensive account of the Battle of Gettysburg where he himself fought as a young officer fifty years earlier. This work is particularly valuable for its many biographical sketches of officers and for the copious statistics it provides.
Topics: Dickinson College, Jesse Bowman Young, Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg
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by James Redpath
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In this biography published shortly after the execution of John Brown, James Redpath recounts the life of the leader of the famed Harpers Ferry raid.
Topics: James Redpath, John Brown, Harpers Ferry Raid, Slavery, Dickinson College
Arguing that no race is inferior to another, the women of the Anti-Slavery Convention advocate for freedom for slaves and education for slaves and freemen.
Topics: Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, Slavery, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1922-1923 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1944-1945 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
Samuel Blanchard How, in support of southern congregation applications to join, gives an address before the 1855 General Synod of the German Reformed Church defending slavery. This second edition contains that address, further arguments, and retorts to hostile responses.
Topics: Dickinson College, Samuel Blanchard How, Slavery
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Coach Wilber J. Gobrecht's history of football at Dickinson College from 1885 to 1969.
Topics: Dickinson College, Football, Red Devils, Wilbur J. Gobrecht
Representing the convention, Angelina Grimké presents a call to action for women to battle against the injustices of slavery.
Topics: Angelina Grimké, Slavery, Women, Dickinson College
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by William O. Blake
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The book is a detailed account of the origins of slavery in ancient history through the introduction of Christian slavery to North Africa, the African slave trade from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, the Middle Passage, and slavery in the West Indies to the nineteenth century. The book focuses a large portion to the modern American era of slavery which deals with issues of the government and the Constitution, focusing on the annexation of Texas, the Compromise of 1850, the Missouri...
Topics: William O. Blake, Slavery, Dickinson College
Writing for an end to the African slave-trade, Jesse Torrey argues that, while slavery might continue in the United States, slave masters should not be tyrants to those under their authority.
Topics: Jesse Torrey, Slavery, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1884-1885 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators....
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1936-1937 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
Arguing that free African Americans are denied basic human rights, William Lloyd Garrison outlines ways that the community can overcome the differences in the races.
Topics: William Lloyd Garrison, Slavery, Abolition, Dickinson College
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Presented here is a collection of the essays, lectures, and sermons of John Mitchell Mason, one of the most influential and well-known Presbyterian preachers of his age.
Topics: Dickinson College, John M. Mason
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This book, compiled and prefaced by Marie Korey, is a short-title, annotated catalog of the Isaac Norris collection that includes an introduction by Edwin Wolf 2nd and a forward by Dickinson College Archivist Martha Slotten.
Topics: Marie Elena Korey, Isaac Norris, Dickinson College, Archives, Education
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by Lysander Spooner
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Lysander Spooner uses legal interpretation and the rule of natural law to argue that slavery is not specifically permitted by the Constitution of the United States.
Topics: Lysander Spooner, Constitution, Slavery, Dickinson College
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The second volume in Ralph Wallace White's A Family Chronicle: The Story of Charles Nisbet and His Descendants
Topics: Ralph Wallace White, Charles Nisbet, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1969-1970 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
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John Price Durbin, a devout Methodist and college president, reflects on his recent tour of Europe. While making his observations, he comments on the moral state of the continent and the work of the Methodist Church there.
Topics: Dickinson College, John Price Durbin, Europe, France, Great Britain
Dr. Robert C. Smedley authors an account (published posthumously) of Underground Railroad operations in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Topics: Robert C. Smedley, Underground Railroad, Pennsylvania, Slavery, Fugitive Slaves, Dickinson College
Attributed to Samuel Webb, this history includes letters, speeches and other information regarding Pennsylvania Hall, built as a place to discuss slavery and other important social issues of the day, but destroyed by an angry mob after only four days.
Topics: Samuel Webb, Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia, Slavery, Dickinson College
In his address, Edwin Atlee discusses the suffering of slaves including the enslavement of children based on the status of the mother.
Topics: Edwin Atlee, Slavery, Dickinson College
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Journalist Franklin B. Sanborn offers a biographical account of his friend John Brown, and includes in his work correspondence between Brown and other prominent figures of his time.
Topics: Franklin B. Sanborn, John Brown, Harper's Ferry, Dickinson College
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Hinton Helper, a Southerner, suggests that slavery is leading to the economic downfall of the South and that abolition is necessary in order to become commercially competitive.
Topics: Hinton Helper, South, Abolition, Slavery, Dickinson College
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by Office of Indian Affairs
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The 1904 edition of Rules for the Indian Service
Topics: Indian School Service, Carlisle Indian School, Dickinson College
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Daniel O'Connell published letters and essays arguing that the Irish in America should join with the Abolitionist movement.
Topics: Daniel O'Connell, Abolitionist, Irish, Slavery, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1949-1950 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
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This post features video of Dickinson College students who, in a protest against the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War, marched from Morgan Field to the US Army War College. Before showing footage of the march itself, the video starts with clips of the student protesters in the Holland Union Building and gathering on Morgan Field. The march took place on October 15, 1969.
Topics: Dickinson College, Student Protests, Vietnam War, Vietnam War Protests, Student Protests, Vietnam...
In four letters first published in a Manchester, England newspaper, Thomas Cooper writes about the evils of the African Slave Trade.
Topics: Thomas Cooper, Slavery, Dickinson College
Warner Mifflin offers his own personal views as a Virginian Quaker and gives an account of the anti-slavery movement.
Topics: Warner Mifflin, Quaker, Slavery, Dickinson College
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Benjamin Rush compiles his observations of many years, drawn from his own study and that of others, outlining one of the first descriptions and treatments for psychiatric disorders in American medicine.
Topics: Dickinson College, Benjamin Rush, Medicine
Senator Charles Sumner argues against the institution of slavery and the expansion of slavery into the Western Territories.
Topics: Charles Sumner, Slavery, United States, Senate, Kansas, Bleeding Kansas, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1856-1857 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
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Benjamin Rush, early America's most eminent physician, presents almost fifty separate essays on medical subjects as diverse as the effects of alcohol on the system and the causes of yellow fever. Through these essays, Rush demonstrates his remarkable capacity for observation and enquiry.
Topics: Dickinson College, Benjamin Rush, Medicine
James Hammond believes that it is natural for society to have different classes, and he argues that slavery is a foundation for a superior republican nation.
Topics: James Hammond, Thomas Clarkson, Slavery, Dickinson College
John Price Durbin, a devout Methodist and college president, reflects on his travels in Asia Minor, where he followed the route of the Israelites in their flight from Egypt on to the Holy Land, describing both the historical and the contemporary political and cultural scene in the Turkish Empire.
Topics: Dickinson College, John Price Durbin
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by John Fletcher Hurst
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John F. Hurst, the young Methodist pastor, recounts his years in northern Germany between 1866 and 1871 where he served as a theological tutor, and later director, in the Methodist Mission Institute there.
Topics: Dickinson College, John Fletcher Hurst
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by James Buchanan
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Compiled and edited by John Bassett Moore, this twelve-volume set of the collected letters and speeches of James Buchanan, spanning his entire political career, includes both personal and professional documents.
Topics: Dickinson College, James Buchanan, Civil War
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Josiah Henson offers an autobiographical account of his life as a slave.
Topics: Josiah Henson, Slavery, Fugitive Slave, Dickinson College
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by William Jay
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In this work, William Jay argues for the abolitionist movement on the basis of federal government.
Topics: William Jay, Freedmen, Slavery, Abolitionist, Dickinson College, Civil War
Thomas Hart Benton critically examines the Supreme Court's Dred Scott case, and argues against the Missouri Compromise on the grounds that slaves, as property, could not be affected by federal legislation.
Topics: Thomas Hart Benton, Slavery, Supreme Court, Dred Scott case, Missouri Compromise, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1864-1865 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1889-1890 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators....
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
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This video includes clips of a football game between Dickinson College and Haverford College on October 31, 1936. This game, which Dickinson wins 31-0, is held at Haverford College in Haverford, PA. Dickinson College is located in Carlisle, PA.   For more information about this item, please visit this page: http://archives.dickinson.edu/node/26505
Topics: Dickinson College, Football Game, Haverford College
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by Julia Griffiths
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Julia Griffiths and the Ladies’ Rochester Anti-Slavery Society present here a collection of articles and poems authored by prominent men and women of the anti-slavery movement.
Topics: Julia Griffiths, Ladies’ Rochester Anti-Slavery Society, Abolitionism, Slavery, Dickinson College
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1968-1969 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
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The Dickinson College catalog for the 1929-1930 academic year. Through the years, the annual catalog was variously titled "The Bulletin," "Catalogue and Register," "Course Catalog," and similar variants. The catalog typically includes the list of courses offered, requirements for enrollment, requirements for graduation, tuition and other fees, and campus facilities, college policies, and lists of teaching faculty, college trustees, and various administrators.
Topics: Dickinson College, Education, Course Catalog
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This post features a clip from the General Electric College Bowl in which Dickinson College competes against Mississippi College on October 3, 1965. In this clip, Dickinson's students win the contest, and the host awards them their prize money.   For more information about this item, please visit this page: http://archives.dickinson.edu/node/26535
Topics: Dickinson College, General Electric College Bowl, Mississippi College
Charles Ball, who endured many hardships as a slave and as a fugitive on his journey to freedom, tells his personal story with the assistance of a Mr. Fisher.
Topics: Charles Ball, Slavery, Fugitive Slave, Slave Narrative, Dickinson College
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by Frederick Douglass
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Frederick Douglass offers an autobiographical account of his life both as a slave and later as a free man.
Topics: Frederick Douglass, Slavery, Fugitive Slave, Autobiography, Dickinson College
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The book consists of thirteen lectures on the subject of slavery as was given to students of Moral Science in Randolph Macon College. The author expresses an anti-abolition sentiment and presents lectures on the various components of slavery. His main reason for agreeing with the institution is that is “a fundamental principle of the social state; and that domestic slavery, as an institution, is fully justified by the condition and circumstances…” of society (12). The book addresses the...
Topics: William Smith, Slavery, Dickinson College
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by Wilbur J. Gobrecht
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Wilbur J. Gobrecht's history of basketball at Dickinson between 1899 and 1985.
Topics: Wilbur J. Gobrecht, Dickinson College, Basketball, Athletics
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In his Winsor Prize winning work, Edward R. Turner aims to provide a “complete account of the legal, social, and economic history of the Pennsylvania negro in his rise from slavery to freedom.”
Topics: Edward Raymond Turner, Slavery, Dickinson College, Pennsylvania
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This post features video clips from Dickinson College's 1929 Commencement Weekend, including the Alumni parade on West High Street in Carlisle, PA, academic processions for Baccalaureate and Commencement, as well as clips from the first Commencement held inside the Alumni Gymnasium on June 10, 1929.  For more information about this item, please visit this page: http://archives.dickinson.edu/node/26562 
Topics: Dickinson College, Dickinson College Commencement, Carlisle, PA
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by William Still
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William Still, clerk for the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society for fourteen years, publishes an account of the Underground Railroad based on his personal notes.
Topics: William Still, Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society, Underground Railroad, Slavery, Dickinson College
This is an abolitionist pamphlet and illustrates that the slavery institution is in danger of failing for the benefit of the country. It shows how the public is joining the anti-slavery sentiment and that the government is in favor of abolition and the example given is New Mexico and California not becoming slave states. The pamphlet focuses on the Fugitive Slave Law and the repeal of the Act of Assembly of 1847 and the effects on Pennsylvania.
Topics: Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, Slavery, Fugitive Slave Law, Pennsylvania, Dickinson College
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by Theodore D. Weld
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The Bible Against Slavery uses the differences between the context of ancient Israel and the context of then modern-day America to denounce the practice of slavery. Through passages from the Bible and much comparison to the Canaanites, Weld argues the politics of religion in the direction of Abolition.
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This book is a memoir of a Southern minister that was sent to jail and sentenced to be executed because of his abolitionist views. John H. Aughey manages to barely escape and becomes a refugee from Mississippi. He was initially targeted because of his pro-Union votes in an area that was anti-Union. Some topics that are discussed are President Abraham Lincoln, the Dred Scott case, and secession.
Topics: John H. Aughey, President Abraham Lincoln, Dred Scott case, Secession, Slavery, Civil War,...
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A plantation literature novel by Robert Criswell dealing with a relationship between a northern woman and southern plantation owner.
Topics: Robert Criswell, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Slavery, Dickinson College
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by Richard Henry Pratt
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Richard Henry Pratt's address before the Pennsylvania Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, at the Union League, Philadelphia on October 23, 1912. This is also supplemented by Pratt's address to the Society of American Indians at their annual convention, in Columbus, Ohio, on October 5, 1912.
Topics: Richard Henry Pratt, Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Carlisle Indian School, Dickinson College
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by George Leffingwell Reed
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Directory of Dickinson College Alumni, edited by George Reed.
Topics: George Leffingwell Reed, Dickinson College, Alumni, Education
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by John F. Hurst
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Methodist Bishop John F. Hurst, at the height of his prodigious publishing powers, combines five earlier segmented histories of the Christian Church into a comprehensive volume.
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by Samuel Tyler
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With prior approval of the Chief Justice himself, Samuel Tyler authors a biographical account of his colleague Roger Brooke Taney.
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by Cortlandt Van Rensselaer
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Cortlandt Van Rensselaer considers the religious and political implications of slavery and emancipation and considers solutions to the problems of slavery, including African colonization.
Topics: Colonization, Slavery, Emancipation, Dickinson College